Dr. Tyra Williams
Dr. Tyra Williams is a veteran educator with years of successful leadership experience. Her father, a decorated veteran, psychologist, and retired Assistant Superintendent, and her mother, a retired principal, stressed the importance of academic excellence in her life early on.
Angela Love Jackson
Mrs. Love-Jackson is a secondary U.S. History teacher of 28 years for Ector County ISD, having served in multiple capacities and committees at Permian High School, including Dual Credit adjunct professor, former chair of the Social Studies department...
Founding Financial Secretary
Quiana Anders is an experienced teacher and math strategist. Driven by students’ success, she takes pride in providing the best educational experience possible. In addition to her primary job functions, Quiana was nominated for Innovative Teacher of the Year in 2022.
Toyia’s lifelong passion lies at the intersection of art, athletics, academics, activism, and storytelling. She finds joy in teaching young people the value of creative and critical thinking as a Fine Arts educator at a Title 1 school in the heart of Midland, TX.
My name is Katheryne E. Davis. This is the beginning of my second year in Odessa. I am the proud wife of Gerald W. Davis. I am also the proud mother of 4, grandmother of 10, and great-grandmother of one. I have 2 dogs and 4 grand-dogs.
Founding Correspondence Secretary
Gerald W. Davis
My name is Gerald W. Davis. This is the beginning of my second year in Odessa. I am the proud husband of Katheryne E. Davis. I have been in the ministry for almost 50 years. My ministerial background includes being a Navy Chaplain and a Pastor to various churches in Texas.